Process of CMAT Preparation

Step 1: Completing the CMAT syllabus

  • Read the updated CMAT exam design carefully.
  • Examine the CMAT syllabus.
  • Prepare a list of your strong and weak areas in each of the four sections above.
  • Concentrate on your weak spots and track your progress on a regular basis.
  • Prioritize the more challenging issues.
  • Try to remember issues that aren’t changing. Follow the news and read the newspaper; the current affairs section will be taken care of.
  • Make a list of significant points as you revise tough topics. To refresh your memory, go over it one day before the CMAT exam.
  • If you have any questions about a subject, reach out to your mentors or study group to get them answered. Make sure you understand it by practising it at least twice.
  • To minimise the potential of negative grading, start with the questions you can answer quickly and accurately. Make a list of the types of questions you can answer quickly and accurately in CMAT practise examinations.

Step 2:Practicing Previous Year Papers and Mock tests

  • Solving prior-year CMAT question papers will provide you with an understanding of the types of questions that were asked in the previous exam, as well as the weighting of each question.
  • Solve a sample paper and a series of simulated tests to find out where you’re lacking in your exam preparation. You should be able to determine which subjects you excel at and others you find difficult.
  • Giving mock tests might help you improve your speed and accuracy. You’ll also learn methods and shortcuts for answering questions quickly and accurately.
  • Solving mock tests will expose you to a wide range of questions, ensuring that you are well prepared for any type of question that may appear on the actual exam.
  • Taking online practise examinations will help you prepare for the CMAT exam. When you’ve taken an online exam, you won’t be nervous when it’s time to take the real thing.

Step 3: Revision

  • Without review, no exam preparation is complete.
  • Revision of formulas and shortcuts should be done on a daily basis, beginning a few days before the exam.
  • The purpose of revision is to increase memorization, speed, and accuracy in answering questions.
  • Revision will assist you in identifying areas where you need to improve your exam preparation.
  • You’ll be able to determine which topics you excel at and which ones you struggle with.
  • If you have any questions or doubts about a topic or concept, talk to your mentors or study group about it. Make sure you understand it by practising it at least twice.
  • Give complex topics additional time, but continue to revise topics that you have well prepared.

Step 4: Last day revision

  • In the morning, review the main equations and theorem. No questions should be practised.
  • Before beginning to answer the questions, carefully read the instructions.
  • Begin with the section that you find simple and are confident in your ability to complete quickly. Go to the next question if you can’t answer a question in less than a minute. Return later to complete the puzzle.
  • Only answer questions that you are confident you can answer with 100 percent accuracy. Don’t take the chance of getting a bad grade.
  • The final ten minutes should be spent revising your answers. The GK section should be completed in 40 minutes, with the remaining time allocated to the following three sections.